Solar Companies Using '2008 Sub-Prime Lender' Tactics To Sell Panels

Energy | Andrew Follett
One of the largest solar companies in the country must pay tens of millions of dollars in fines. (Shutterstock/ Lightboxx)

‘Find seniors or low income vulnerable populations’

Report: Regulators Are Investigating Uber For Allegedly Spying On Customers

Business | Eric Lieberman
Uber is being hit from all angles. [Shutterstock - AlesiaKan]

‘Track high profile politicians, celebrities’

The Telecom Marketplace Would Be A Better Place Without Qualcomm's Drama

Opinion | Mike Wendy

Qualcomm’s sharp-elbowed tactics are no secret.

What Is Good For Qualcomm Is Not Good For America

Opinion | Steven Titch

How many more lawsuits and fines will it take before Qualcomm changes its behavior?

Yahoo Board Nukes CEO Marissa Mayer's $2 Million Bonus

Business | Eric Lieberman
Yahoo! President and CEO Marissa Mayer delivers a keynote address at the 2014 International CES at The Las Vegas Hotel & Casino on January 7, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Yahoo is dealing with 40+ lawsuits

Trump, The FTC And Unleashing The U.S. Economy

Opinion | Ken Blackwell

Maureen Ohlhausen will roll back regulation if named permanent FTC chair.

Popular Smart TV Brand BUSTED Spying On Customers

Business | Eric Lieberman
Televisions and computers with security footage. [Shutterstock - Africa Studio]

‘Collected personal data like ‘sex, age, income, marital status, household size, education level’

The Fed And FTC Strike A Blow For Competition

Opinion | Lyle Beckwith
Federal Reserve Building in Washington DC, United States

Competition works. It’s the basis of our free enterprise system.

'Inconsistent' Federal Regulations Put Innovative Cancer Lab Out Of Business

Politics | Ethan Barton
FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee. The FTC says responding to a DCNF FOIA request would interfere with law enforcement activities, REUTERS/Gary Cameron

‘New, confusing and burdensome’

FTC Sues Smartphone Seller For Swindling People Out Of Millions

Business | Eric Lieberman
[Shutterstock - Bespaliy - 454074445]

Classic ‘bait and switch’

Ralph Nader-Formed Group Calls For Ban On Solar Industry Financing Schemes

Energy | Chris White
Happy working solar station raising his hands with tablet computer on a background of photovoltaic panels. Science solar energy.(Copyright: Schuttershock Kuznetcov_Konstantin)

‘Does not serve the needs of renters, and those in structures unsuitable for rooftop solar’

Thought Changing Your Password Kept You Safe? You're Wrong

Business | Eric Lieberman
Federal cybersecurity managers say things haven't gotten better since OPM breach. Photo: Shutterstock

No point of changing ‘password’ to ‘password1’

EXCLUSIVE: IRS Launches Investigation Of Clinton Foundation

Politics | Richard Pollock
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during the 107th NAACP National Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 18, 2016. REUTERS/William Philpott

Rep. Marsha Blackburn leads congressional effort to get the tax agency to examine the evidence

Apple Is Too Successful, Liz Warren Says

Business | Eric Lieberman
Elizabeth Warren, candidate for the U.S. Senate in Massachusetts, addresses the second session of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S. September 5, 2012. REUTERS/Jason Reed/File Photo - RTX2B6HU

Too-big-to-fail or too good at what they do?

EXCLUSIVE: Obama Admin Prosecuted Clinton Foundation Bookkeepers

Politics | Richard Pollock
AMES, IA - NOVEMBER 15: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (L) and her husband and former President Bill Clinton share a moment on stage during the Central Iowa Democrats fall barbecue November 15, 2015 at Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center of Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. Clinton continued to campaign for the nomination from the Democratic Party. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

BKD, a small Midwestern firm, was chief external auditor for 16 years

Judge: Clinton-Tied Solar Company Owes $3.1 Million To Fraud Victims

Energy | Andrew Follett
Judges Gavel: REUTERS/Jason Reed

The company is actually using the money of its victims to file an appeal.

FTC Denies FOIA Request On Judgeless Subpoenas, Cites Law Enforcement Interference

US | Kathryn Watson
FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee. The FTC says responding to a DCNF FOIA request would interfere with law enforcement activities, REUTERS/Gary Cameron

‘The FTC’s opaqueness is synonymous with the quickness with which it disregards the Constitution’